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How to add Jira dashboard into confluence

I'm looking for a way to add a jira dashboard or some of the gadgets in a dashboard within a confluence page. Both jira and confluence instances have been linked, are running in the cloud version and using the new UI. 

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You have to first register the JIRA gadget in Confluence and then add it from the macro browser.

See for more details.

The steps in that link don't apply to Confluence Cloud.  Is this possible in Cloud? 

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Would appreciate an answer on this for Cloud as well

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I am beginning to feel that there is a REAL PROBLEM with Atlassian support that needs to be escalated to Atlassian Exec in-charge of corporate support.

BASIC USEFUL functionality is MISSING in Cloud hosted version and Atlassian support does NOT respond.

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I am also stumped about how to include a jira report in confluence using the Cloud.  I am unable to find a "Gadget URL" for the gadget I am interested in.

Tried all possible ways, I am also looking to bring the Jira Dashboard in Confluence. if this is possible, It make my life easy. Please post if there any solution for this.

Thank you


For the Cloud instance of Atlassian, here are to two suggestions for getting the information you need into your wiki (this is not the most clean or straightforward ways to add a dashboard information to a confluence page but...):

  • Use the iframe gadget, this will take some playing around to be sure that the dashboard displays on the wiki properly
  • (this is what I have done) use the Jira filter gadget. This does not import your dashboard as a whole but you can easily use the same existing jira filters from your dashboard on a different page and keep the data consistent.

Hope this helps some!

This really needs to be a priority as I want to be transparent with my stakeholders, and respect my development teams ask to not have Stakeholders in Jira. I have created a specific Stakeholder Confluence Page called a portal where stakeholders can go for information.. 


Is this done for earnings????? a wall so that we have to add multiple people to jira who aren't developers.. if so that's shady. 

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